In what may be the craziest episode ever, Joey takes flight by piloting a model helicopter around the studio, using an iPhone app as a control pad. Virtual mayhem erupts when we take turns blasting each other in a alive Halo: Reach demo, and later, Scott describes his warm fuzzy feelings towards the NFL's handheld FanVision instant replay device.
In an action-packed episode, we engage in a little live Halo: Reach multiplayer action, then Joey attempts to pilot a remote control helicopter around the confines of our broom-closet-sized studio. Hilarity ensues.
A video making the rounds shows an eccentric "scientist" who has a penchant for theatrics using a torch in a way you would never expect.
RIAA reminds me of 1950s-era urban planners
Check out our launch event gallery to see the fans in line (when we were there, the line snaked around three sides of a city block), plus several life-size Halo statues on display.
We take a test flight with this iPhone-controlled spycam quadricopter.
After a decade of games, the Halo franchise comes to a close with Halo: Reach.
Pong Research offers a case that it says will reduce the amount of cell phone radiation that your head will absorb during a call. Surprisingly, it appears to work.
A DNA-based matchmaking service claims to hook up couples who will share an aromatic attraction.
Democrats charged during the Bush administration that science research became politicized. Obama's presidential memorandum signed this week promises to avoid that pitfall. Will it work?